London, UK – May. 02, 2019 – The SAT>IP Alliance, a global consortium of world leading satellite operators, device manufacturers, broadcasters and service providers, will be updating attendees at SATELLITE 2019 (May 6 – 9, 2019, Washington) on the high quality, multi-screen content delivery capabilities of the SAT>IP protocol.

SAT>IP Alliance members exhibiting at SATELLITE 2019 include:

The SAT>IP Alliance brings together members including Arcadyan, Eutelsat, HISPASAT, Irdeto, MaxLinear, NAGRA, Panasonic, SES, Verimatrix and Zinwell. The group supports the use of SAT>IP technology as a way for satellite TV providers to deliver content to any TV screen, smartphone, games console or tablet in the home.

SAT>IP enables a totally seamless multi-screen TV experience without using a home broadband connection. This reduces operator costs and enables advanced, multi-screen consumer services – even in locations where broadband is not reliable enough to handle live, high-definition video.

SATELLITE 2019 is a great opportunity for broadcasters and service providers to hear about how the SAT>IP protocol can create compelling advantages for delivering next generation, innovative multi-screen experiences. The protocol has enormous potential to help open-up new business models for personalised, device specific content packages that will strongly differentiate them from competitors” said Thomas Wrede, President of the SAT>IP Alliance.

SAT>IP is currently supported by satellites covering 95% of the globe, reaching over a billion viewers and over 40 manufacturers and technology companies.


About SAT>IP Alliance

The SAT>IP Alliance is a non-profit organization in charge of setting forth SAT>IP-related strategic developments and creating working groups through its executive committee. The main aims of the Alliance have been to promote the use of the SAT>IP protocol throughout the industry, facilitate certification of new devices, and develop and improve the SAT>IP standard. The SAT>IP Alliance includes leading satellite operators and manufacturers –Eutelsat, Hispasat, Irdeto, Panasonic, NAGRA, MaxLinear, SES, Verimatrix and Zinwell – and aims to accelerate the adoption of SAT>IP in the satellite industry and push this technology to the consumer market. It promotes the use of the SAT>IP communications protocol, supports integration of CAS-to-DRM technology for distributing Pay-TV services over in-home IP networks, and facilitates product certifications.

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